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Which companies sell repossessed pontoon boats?

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The Oliver's 41 Marine, Midwest Marine Repo Center and Marine Connection are two of the companies that sell repossessed pontoon boats. The repossessed boats come from dealers who go out of business or from private owners who defaulted on loans or voluntarily turned in their boats.

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Oliver's 41 Marine sells repossessed Harris/Kayot and Chaparral pontoon boats. One of the reputable sellers of used and repossessed boats, the company offers five-year engine warranty on most boats, as well as flexible financing options. It also accepts trade-ins and sells brand new and special edition boats. View used and repossessed pontoon boats on Oliversmarine.com or at the company's warehouse in Madera, California, just north of the Children's Hospital.

The Midwest Marine Repo Center acquires repossessed pontoon boats from marine floor plan companies across the United States. The boats are displayed in the showrooms in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, and in Marblehead, Ohio. Skipper Buds, one of the largest marine dealerships in the Midwest, houses and displays the Repo Center's huge inventory of repossessed boats. The boats are also available for viewing on Skipperbuds.com.

Marine Connection is a new and used boat dealership in South Florida. The dealership also supplies new and surplus boat parts and boating equipment. Consumers can navigate to Marineconnection.com to check the dealer's inventory of repossessed pontoon boats, or they can visit its facility on West Palm Beach, Florida.

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